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Students wearing patriotic clothing. Some of our faculty and staff--August 2018 McTeacher Night--August 2018


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Dear Families, Welcome to Adair County Primary Center! As I write this letter of introduction to you as the newly appointed Principal of ACP...
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Debbie Bradshaw
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Earn A Glow In the Dark Bracelet for Your Child Glow Bracelet

Your child can earn a glow in the dark bracelet by simply watching the STLP student created video entitled "Technology is Everywhere: Let's Be Safe" (on YouTube) at home with family or whoever takes care of them. Students did get an internet safety lesson at school, however, this activity helps families to discuss internet safety at home as well. After watching the video at home, sign the ticket (supplied by school) declaring who watch the video with the student and bring it back in. If the child loses the ticket a hand written note or email will work. Our tickets asked for parent's signature, however, any adult who takes care of the student will work for a signature. 


Contact Laura Marcum if you have a question: laura.marcum@adair.kyschools.us

Celebrating World Down Syndrome Day WDSD

March 21 was World Down Syndrome Day. Down Syndrome (DS) is a genetic disorder caused by the presence of a third copy of chromosome 21.  Mrs. Jodie Stephen class, from the Adair County Primary Center, celebrated the day in their classroom by wearing mismatched socks.  They started their celebration with a sock exchange.  Mrs. Stephens said, " Each sock was different and unique just like our students.  These socks are purposely mismatched to spark interactions with others who may be different than them.  Just because things don’t match or look the same doesn’t mean they are that different.  Students were able to trade with their friends to create a pair that makes them happy." It is interesting to know that people around the world were taking part in this event as well.


Corvette Museum Field Trip Corvette

Camp Casey students went on a field trip to the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Click for more information.

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Columbia, KY 42728

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